There’s always that one person who refuses to miss watching their team play, but very unconvincingly says, “I’ll be fine if you all go out without me,” when you know you’ll never hear the end of it. Avoid a fight and just bring them to Born and Raised. The bar food is better than you’d expect for somewhere with TVs this large and almost everything, from the chicken katsu sliders with tonkatsu sauce to the bulgogi tacos to the grilled artichoke, is $15 or less. If your friend needs further convincing, tell them that there’s even a private bungalow that can be reserved so they can watch the game in peace.
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